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Fantasy Football News 2022

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Bills WR Jamison Crowder broke his left ankle in Sunday's win over the Ravens, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Doctors are still determining the extent of other damage to the ankle, but Crowder is almost certainly done for the year. That should mean more control over the slot WR position for Isaiah McKenzie, who left Sunday's game with a concussion. If McKenzie can't go in Week 5, rookie Khalil Shakir might be running as a top 3 WR against Pittsburgh.

Bills beat writer Joe Buscaglia writes that the Bills don’t trust RB James Cook, and a game-day deactivation might be upcoming. Devin Singletary played a whopping 88% of the snaps in Week 4 at Baltimore. Cook fumbled in the opener and dropped a pass against the Ravens, so the trust issues make sense. Buscaglia also points out that the Bills’ blocking style doesn’t mesh with Cook’s strengths. For now, it’ll take a Singletary injury for Cook to enter the fantasy radar.

Bills RB Devin Singletary set a season high in total yards for the 2nd straight game in Sunday's win over the Ravens. Singletary gained 49 yards on 11 carries and caught 4 of 5 targets for 47 yards. Those 96 total yards edged his 91 total yards from the Week 3 loss at Miami. Neither amounted to a big fantasy day (though he added a TD against the Dolphins), but the strong yardage signals what's available to him as Buffalo's clear lead back. Singletary figures to reside in RB3 territory of our rankings most weeks, but he'll be a solid option in that range with clear upside when he gets some TD luck. Zack Moss handled the other 3 RB rushes for the Bills at Baltimore, with James Cook drawing the group's only other target.

Bills QB Josh Allen threw for just 213 yards and 1 TD on Sunday against the Ravens defense that allowed more QB fantasy points than any other through 3 weeks. He made up for that to some degree with 70 yards and a TD rushing. The constant rain certainly didn't help the passing game, and might have contributed to drops by multiple Buffalo receivers. Allen and the Bills get Pittsburgh and Kansas City next, ahead of a Week 7 bye.

Bills WR Isaiah McKenzie left in the 3rd quarter of Sunday's game vs. the Ravens to be checked for a concussion. Buffalo lost WR Jamison Crowder to an ankle injury earlier, leaving them with WRs Stefon Diggs, Gabriel Davis and Khalil Shakir.

Update: McKenzie has been ruled out with a concussion.

Bills WR Isaiah McKenzie left in the 3rd quarter of Sunday's game against the Ravens to be evaluated for a concussion. He could be seen running to the locker room by himself. We'll see about the results. NFL teams are sure to err on the side of caution for at least the rest of this week's games, given the Tua Tagovailoa fallout.

Bills WR Jamison Crowder injured his ankle and is officially doubtful to return to today's game vs. the Ravens.

Bills S Jordan Poyer (foot) and CB Dane Jackson (neck) are active for today's game against the Ravens. DT Ed Oliver (ankle) is inactive.

11:31am EDT 10/2/22

Bills TE Dawson Knox (back, hip) is active for today’s game vs. the Ravens. He got in 3 limited practices this week and never seemed to be in danger of missing this one. Knox’s usage has been disappointing so far this season, though, and he looks like a TD-or-bust fantasy play.

11:30am EDT 10/2/22

Bills WR Gabe Davis (ankle) is active for today’s game vs. the Ravens. He played 96% of Buffalo’s offensive snaps last week but reportedly tweaked that ankle again in practice this week. Consider Davis a risk/reward WR3 in Week 4 fantasy lineups.

Bills TE Dawson Knox (back, hip) is expected to play vs. the Ravens today, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports. Knox is listed as questionable but got in 3 limited practices this week. We never heard any real concern about his Week 4 availability.

Bills WR Gabriel Davis (ankle) is expected to play vs. the Ravens today, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Davis played through this ankle issue last week but tweaked it again in practice this week. He ended up getting in just 2 limited practices and is listed as questionable. Consider Davis a risk/reward WR3 in Week 4 fantasy lineups.

Bills CB Dane Jackson (neck), DT Ed Oliver (ankle) and S Jordan Poyer (foot) are questionable for Sunday's game against the Ravens. All 3 missed last week's contest but put in limited practices throughout this week. DT Jordan Phillips (hamstring) is out for the 2nd straight game.

Bills WR Gabe Davis (ankle) is questionable for this weekend's game vs. the Ravens. He was limited Wednesday, sidelined on Thursday and limited again Friday. Bills HC Sean McDermott said Friday morning that Davis aggravated his previous ankle injury but is "on schedule to go." We'll get Buffalo's inactives at 11:30 am ET Sunday.

Bills TE Dawson Knox (back, hip) is listed as questionable for Sunday’s game vs. the Ravens. He got in 3 limited practices, so we’re tentatively expecting him to play. But Knox obviously won’t be at 100%.

Bills WR Gabriel Davis (ankle) did not practice on Thursday. That follows a limited practice on Wednesday. Friday's final injury report will shed more light on Davis' status for this weekend's game vs. the Ravens, but it's clear that he's still not at 100%.

Bills WR Isaiah McKenzie finished Week 3 with 7 catches for 76 yards and 1 score. Josh Allen chucked it 63 times, which helps explain the big day. McKenzie’s target share amounted to just 14.2%. He scored near the goal line on a crossing route that found him wide open vs. the blitz. All told, McKenzie played 47 snaps — only 2 more than Jamison Crowder. Crowder mustered only 1 catch on 3 targets.

Bills RB Devin Singletary set a career-high with 9 catches in Week 3 vs. Miami. He scored early in the game on a 4th-down pass where the Dolphins defense left him completely unmarked. Those contributions were key for fantasy, as the contract-year rusher added only 13 yards on 9 carries. Sunday’s game was played in extreme heat, so it’s quite impressive that Singletary handled 67 snaps (73%). Zack Moss, meanwhile, played only 16 snaps (5 touches). Singletary should remain a viable FLEX for the road ahead.

Bills QB Josh Allen posted 400 yards and 2 scores in a Week 3 loss at Miami. Going back to last year, he’s now hit 32+ fantasy points in 5 straight. Sunday’s 400-yard outing also marked his most since Week 9 of 2020. Miami defenders dropped several would-be INTs, but Allen also left at least one TD on the field due to an off-target pass. Facing a blitz-happy Miami defense, Allen did plenty of damage in the short range, leading to big games from Devin Singletary (9-78-1) and Isaiah McKenzie (7-76-1). Allen did get a post-game X-ray on his right hand, which he banged against a helmet late in the 4th quarter. But he confirmed that he’ll be fine going forward. Allen should continue to roll in Week 4 against a struggling Baltimore secondary.

11:32am EDT 9/25/22

Bills TE Dawson Knox (foot) is active for today’s game vs. the Dolphins. He played through this injury on Monday night and got in limited practices on Thursday and Friday. We’re not expecting the foot to be a major issue today.

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